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He whispers something inaudible into her ear. Dolores, scared, rides into Sweetwater. In town, she is unable to find the doctor, but does run into Teddy. They share rushed pleasantries about him returning to Sweetwater, and she implores him to go back to the ranch with her. Before they can leave, the wanted outlaw Hector Escaton and his gang enter Sweetwater, and begin shooting people. Teddy and Dolores take cover on the ground.
Dolores gets up in an attempt to leave town, and Teddy rushes to save her from getting hurt. He is shot and dies, leaving Dolores distraught. After the heist, Dolores is still with Teddy's body, imploring a stranger to help her, because her father is sick but she can't leave Teddy's body. The stranger is programmer Elsie Hughes. She puts Dolores in sleep mode by saying that things will soon seem like a dream, after "a deep and dreamless slumber.
She has the same blood on her face and neck that she did in the beginning of the episode. Stubbs follows a standard line of questioning that is very similar to the questions asked in the voice-over at the beginning of the episode. He asks about the photograph Peter showed her, and she once again replies the scripted, "It doesn't look like anything to me. She is asked what Peter said to her, and she responds with, "These violent delights have violent ends. She is also asked if she would ever hurt a living thing, to which she answers, "Of course not.
When asked of what Peter whispered in her ear, she replies, "These violent delights have violent ends. Satisfied, Stubbs has her returned to the park, calling her "Good old Dolores. Dolores' narrative begins again and she awakens at the ranch once more. At the morning conversation with her father, she and a different host playing Peter follow the same scripted dialogue. Dolores looks out over the ranch as a fly lands on her neck. She slaps at it, killing the fly. Dolores awakes in the middle of the night and leaves her house. Near the barn, she stops. A man's voice inside her head says, "Do you remember?
While in Sweetwater during her usual narrative loop , Dolores again hears a male voice in her head. He says, "Remember. Her memory is interrupted by Maeve Millay , admonishing Dolores for acting witless in front of the Mariposa Saloon. Dolores quietly says, "These violent delights have violent ends," and walks off, leaving Maeve looking momentarily perplexed. Later, Dolores is about to mount her horse when she pauses to look at her reflection in a window. The scene cuts away to a different scene of her being interviewed by Arnold in a Remote Diagnostic Facility.
Arnold asks if she remembers their previous meetings, and makes sure she hasn't told anyone. He brings Dolores into Analysis Mode and remarks that there is something different about her, fascinating him, but he fears others may not see her the same way he does. He abruptly leaves, telling her she should return before she is missed. Dolores goes outside again in the middle of the night. Past the barn, she asks aloud, "Here? Buried shallowly in the dirt is a gun, which she picks up and examines. Dolores is offline in the room in the Escalante Remote Diagnostic Facility where Arnold has previously met with her.
He brings her a gift: a copy of Alice in Wonderland. She reads a passage from it, which Arnold asks her opinion about. She notes that change is a common theme in the books she has read with him. She asks about Bernard 's son, and he quickly puts her in Analysis mode to discover why she asked that. She volunteers that the personal question that was an "ingratiating scheme".
Dolores is handed a copy of Alice in Wonderland , in a remote diagnostic facility. In Dolores' bedroom she is surprised to find the gun she dug up wrapped in a cloth in her chest of drawers. She unwraps it and looks at it, but then quickly returns it to the drawer. As she looks in the mirror, she remembers the Man in Black pulling her into the barn. He pulls out a large knife, and smiles, his eyes almost hidden by the shadow of the brim of his hat. He says, "Let's reacquaint ourselves, Dolores. Let's start at the beginning.
The gun and cloth are not there anymore.
She looks confused for a moment, but then gets on with her day. She meets with Teddy , who has returned from escorting a guest named Marti on a bounty hunt. They ride off into the countryside, and Dolores asks where he's been. She asks a new question, "What if I don't want to stay here? Teddy avoids the subject of leaving with her, because his work isn't finished. Their story line takes them back to the ranch at night, and once again they hear gunshots. The scene cuts to black, with a woman's scream, implying their story continued to its previous end.
On another day in Sweetwater , Dolores is harassed by Rebus and a new Walter. They have a first-time guest with them who wants "something easy". Teddy shows up and intimidates the guest, causing the group to move on. Out in the countryside, Teddy tries to teach Dolores to shoot a gun.
She finds herself unable to pull the trigger, and Teddy figures its for the best. They are interrupted by the Sheriff and Marti, with word of a new bounty on a man named Wyatt , a character in Teddy's new backstory, and Teddy goes off with them. He asks Dolores for help, and calls his discussions with her a mistake. He says he think he should "restore [her] to the way [she was] before. She says she doesn't understand, and says there's only one version of herself. Once she discovers who that is, she'll be free, she says.
In Analysis Mode , Bernard asks her what prompted that response, and she says she doesn't know. Bernard tells the story of his son learning to swim, and how he was just as afraid of letting go as his son was. Dolores asks if he still wants to change her, and he says no, they'll see where this path leads. He says she should be getting back, and he opens the door for her. Unlike past conversations, she gets up and leaves. At night in town, Dolores looks disturbed and contemplating. She meets the Sheriff's deputy coming back from the bounty hunt with Teddy, and tells her they were left up in the hills.
Dolores returns home at night, and says "Father wouldn't let them roam this close She hears a gunshot at the house, and rides towards it. She finds her father, the new host, dead on the ground. Without Teddy around to kill the villains, Rebus grabs her. As she looks down at her father's body, she sees the face of the original host Peter Abernathy laying there. A guest doesn't want to have anything to do with her because she seems "crazy", so he offers her to Rebus. Rebus enthusiastically drags her to the barn. As she's thrown on the hay, she realizes that she has a gun in her hand.
She points it at him, and as Rebus glowers at her, she has visions of the Man in Black in the same spot from her memories. A man's voice says, "Kill him", and she shoots Rebus. She runs back to the farm house, and sees her mother lying dead inside the house. A man sees her, and says, "Hey, get back here! After she looks down at her bloodied dress, time seems to reverse and she hears the man again say, "Hey, get back here!
She quickly gets on a horse and rides off. She comes across William and Logan at a campfire they are on a bounty hunt. Dolores, exhausted, gets off her horse and struggles into camp, collapsing into William's arms as Logan watches.
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She tells him that she is in pain, and he offers to take it away. She admits that she used parts of a script about love when describing her pain. The goal is to find the center of it, and then she can be free. She admits she would like to be free. She wakes up in the camp where she came up William and Logan, and finds William watching over her.
She thanks him. Dolores runs away from her home after her father is murdered and ends up with William. William and Logan argue about her coming along on the bounty hunt. William wants to take her back to Sweetwater, but Logan suggests that it would be easier to just shoot her. Then Logan says he has realized that the park has sent her to William to give him something he likes, because she was the only woman that William seemed interested in when they were in Sweetwater. The group rides to Las Mudas. Dolores is alone at the fountain in the town square.
Then, a girl Lawrence's Daughter , seems to magically appear sitting on the fountain. Dolores asks the girl if she is from Las Mudas, but the girl replies, "no". So, Dolores asks her where she is from. Disturbed, she kneels down to see the pattern of the Maze that the girl has drawn on the ground. A lawman approaches Dolores, and tells her that she belongs back at her ranch. He puts a hand on her shoulder and tells her that her father must be worried about her.
Her facial expression changes, she hears a church bell, and she 'sees' memory flashes of entering a church, Lawrence's daughter in Escalante, holding a gun, and kneeling in front of a grave. The girl has inexplicably vanished, and there is no longer a maze drawn in the sand either. The lawman grabs Dolores, as if to drag her away, but she resists. William shows up and intervenes. She decides to go with William, and says that she thinks that she needs to keep going. Dolores goes on a new narrative with Logan and William to capture Slim , a wanted man.
At another camp, she apologizes to William for causing problems. She talks to William about how she thinks that in every moment there are many possible paths for a person to take. William asks Dolores where she is headed, and says that he assumes that the hosts have to stay within certain paths or zones. She admits that she used to believe everyone had a path, She says that she used to worry over lost steer, and her father would tell her that the steer would eventually find their own way home.
She remarks that it never before occurred to her that the cattle were just returning home to be slaughtered. He says that whatever happens inside of Westworld, no one in the real world will know. Dolores questions him about the real world, and William says that she's not supposed to notice statements like that. Then Dolores is shown alone. At first she is in darkness and then there is an enormous full moon near her. The moon morphs into a light like the ones inside the Mesa Hub. Then Dolores sees herself lying dead on the ground at the Abernathy ranch.
And, a Westworld employee in a protective suit is standing over her. He puts his arm around her waist and guides her back to the campfire. They kill most of the gang, but keep Slim for the bounty. Slim begs to be let go, offering a reward from El Lazo. Logan continues to remind William that Dolores is only a robot, which leaves Dolores confused. Dolores is in a cemetery outside of Pariah alone. The camera pans around, and we see William, Logan, Slim and their horses appear where before there was no one. Dolores says it must have been the wind. The four of them enter Pariah , and Dolores' eye does a weird, robotic fluttering thing.
William comments that whoever designed Westworld "doesn't think much of people". Logan points out the Confederados and Dolores says that her father told her that they work as "mercenaries below the border". That night in Pariah, Dolores stares at a dead body that is propped up in a coffin, and begins having more memories of the massacre in Escalante.
She talks to William about wondering about the paths available to her, and about changing her life. William takes her hand briefly, before a Day of the Dead celebration interrupts them. As William and Logan talk, Dolores gets swept up by the parade revelers. She hears a woman's voice in her head say, "Our dead are not dead to us until we have forgotten them". She also hears Dr. Dolores comes on-line in one of the Mesa Hub labs with Robert Ford in attendance.
He asks her if she knows what a dream is. But, Dr. Ford contradicts her, and says that dreams mean everything. They are ourselves telling us what could be, and who we could become. Ford asks if Dolores has been dreaming again; dreaming of breaking out of her modest loop. He examines her hand, while he talks about how his father told him to be happy with his lot in life, but that he instead decided to create his own world. Ford asks Dolores if she remembers the man he used to be. Dolores apologizes for being forgetful. But Dr. Ford assumes that she remembers Arnold, and says Arnold created her.
Ford says that under all her updates, he is still there, perfectly preserved. He asks if if Arnold has been speaking to her again. She says, "no".
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He abruptly calls for Analysis Mode. He asks for her last contact with Arnold. It was 34 years, 42 days, seven hours prior, which Ford says is the day Arnold died. He asks what the last thing Arnold said to her was, and Dolores says that Arnold told her she was going to help him. Ford asks what she was going to help with, and she says, "to destroy this place".
He wonders, if she had taken on that role, if she would have been the hero or the villain. Ford gives her time. He takes her out of Analysis. He apologizes for bothering her, and says there is no was else left who was there, and who understands as they understand. She asks if they are "very old friends". Ford leaves, and the lights go off. She says she had troubled dreams, before Logan hurries them to meet El Lazo. Logan tries to swing an introduction to the Confederados for saving Slim. She asks if El Lazo is seeking something, and says she knows what that feels like. Dolores hears whispers in her head.
She has memories of Escalante with a train, and the white church. El Lazo decides to assign them to hijack a Union wagon with nitroglycerine that the Confederados want. Logan is eager to join up, and El Lazo offers Dolores a change of clothes and a hat. Slim joins the three for the job, and Dolores has changed into a light shirt, a bandana, and slacks. They stop the stagecoach, and Dolores convinces the soldiers to surrender peacefully.
That soldier attacks him, and another pulls out a gun and shoots Slim, who kills the soldier as he falls down, dead. Another soldier punches William and grabs a gun, aiming at Dolores, and William kills the soldier. William then turns to another soldier, who still has his hands up, and kills him. Dolores decides not to be 'the damsel in distress' any longer - she kills the men attacking William.
William looks horrified, as does Dolores, as the first soldier chokes Logan against the stagecoach.
Finally, William turns and shoots the final soldier, saving a very surprised Logan. Logan is exhilarated, while the others look tentative. William turns from her as Logan checks on the deceased Slim. In the brothel, Dolores watches El Lazo as he offers the Confederado leader free drinks. As William and Logan argue, she wanders off.
She walks down a hallway, witnessing many people in the midst of sexual hedonism, and she ducks into a room where a fortune teller wearing black sits with a deck of tarot cards.
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The fortune teller offers Dolores the deck, and Dolores takes a card, turning it over to find the symbol for The Maze. Suddenly, Dolores sees herself, in her blue rancher dress, sitting across from her. The hallucination of herself says she must follow the maze. Dolores finds a thread in her arm, and pulls it to slowly slice open her arm - to her horror.
She runs out of the room, leaving it empty. Dolores runs away from the Brothel in Pariah , and sees El Lazo draining the bottles of nitroglycerin into the body of Slim in a casket. El Lazo orders that the bottles then be refilled with tequila. Dolores pushes him, telling him that she has a voice inside of her, telling him that the voice tells her that it needs him, and they kiss. Outside, they see two Confederados beating Logan, who begs them for help. William says, "no", and he and Dolores run away. The Confederados leader catches them, and William shoots one of the them before he is overpowered.
Suddenly, she shoots all four Confederados. Dolores sees The Maze symbol on the coffin. William asks how she did that. She answers that he told her people come here to change the story of their lives. They run and chase down train, climbing onto the caboose as it leaves.
They get inside, only to find El Lazo, with the casket, pulling a gun on them. William points his gun at El Lazo, but Dolores points it at the casket filled with Nitro. El Lazo surrenders. William accepts a drink from Lawrence.
But, then William and Lawrence disappear and Dolores is alone with the casket. As William and El Lazo play cards Dolores looks out the window and sees staked heads lining the train tracks. El Lazo explains that the Ghost Nation did it, calling them "the most savage tribe there is. Dolores and William have a conversation, where Dolores tells William that she does not want to go back to her old life, and he opens up about his search for meaning in the park.
The next morning Dolores shows William a new sketch, calling it "the place where the mountains meet the sea. The train suddenly stops and El Lazo sees that the train is surrounded by Confederados, who begin firing on the train using heavy artillery. As a distraction the survivors in the train send out Slim's nitroglycerin-filled corpse, dressed up with a white flag, and El Lazo shoots it, causing an explosion. In the chaos the survivors ride away, and the Confederados pursue them, managing to kill many of them until only Dolores, William and El Lazo are left.
As they are about to be killed the Confederados are attacked by Ghost Nation warriors, who kill them all, allowing the trio to escape. They ride until they come to a landscape resembling the one in Dolores' sketch.
She and William decide to go their separate ways from El Lazo. Dolores and William arrive at a riverbank, which Dolores states looks familiar. The two come across a group of corpses scattered along the riverbank, which they identify as Confederados killed by Ghost Nation warriors. Dolores finds an injured, but alive, Confederado who begs for water. William is hesitant to hand over the canteen, but does, and Dolores allows the young Host to drink.
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When the hosts begin behaving strangely, head programmer Bernard Lowe traces the problem to errors in park founder Dr. Ford's reverie code and requests the affected hosts be removed from service. Theresa Cullen, the park administrator, orders an attack on the town to be brought forward to help cover for the removal of all the affected hosts. Dolores' father Peter finds a photograph that a newcomer left behind and malfunctions. When Dr. Ford interrogates him, Peter quotes Shakespeare and vows revenge upon his creator.
Peter is retired from service. Dolores is interrogated and found to be functioning normally. She is wiped and relives her day with a new father, but unknown to management breaks her programming to casually kill a fly.
Richard J. Logan and William arrive at Westworld as guests, but William is reluctant to indulge, finally developing feelings for Dolores. Though Bernard secretly questions Dolores to make sure nobody has tampered with her, her contact with procuring madame host Maeve results in her malfunction as well. Maeve is taken in for maintenance but unexpectedly awakes and witnesses damaged hosts, including Teddy, being cleaned.
She is rendered unconscious and taken away before she can attract any attention. Dolores finds a pistol outside the house.